President-elect Joe Biden fractures foot after slipping while playing with dog, to wear walking boot
Fractures are a concern generally as people age, but Biden’s appears to be a relatively mild one based on his doctor’s statement and the planned treatment
'Won't change my mind on election fraud claims': Donald Trump indicates continued fight in first post-poll interview
Despite Trump's unprecedented attack on the validity of the US election system, his legal team has yet to provide any evidence that stands up in court
While voting fraud in the US is extremely rare, the irregularities that do occur are often inconsequential, isolated in nature, and unlikely to alter the outcome of an election
In simple terms, the 22nd Amendment of the US Constitution says that a person can only be elected as president twice
US Election 2020: Donald Trump, Joe Biden gearing up for final presidential debate; here's what to expect
The debate comes 12 days before election day, as many Americans have already cast ballots, and as polls show the president trailing nationally and confronting close races even in states he won handily four years ago
Away from their candidate and the television cameras, some of Trump’s aides are quietly conceding just how dire his political predicament appears to be, and his inner circle has returned to a state of recriminations and backbiting
US Presidential Debate 2020 Event Highlights: First Biden-Trump face-off concludes, veers from 'How you doing?' to 'Will you shut up?'
US Presidential Debate 2020 Event Highlights: The first presidential debate concluded with Chris Wallace asking both candidates if they would commit to urging calm and avoiding declaring victory until the election results are independently verified
It is a catchphrase for creating an emotional and psychological gateway to help disenchanted voters feel comfortable voting for the president
Wouldn't trust Donald Trump's word on COVID vaccine's safety before 3 November election, says Kamala Harris
The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention earlier this week told states to be ready to distribute a coronavirus vaccine by 1 November
Biden assailed Trump for his vilifying of protesters as well as his handling of the pandemic that has killed nearly 1,90,000 Americans and crippled the national economy
AP Fact Check: Attorney General William Barr likens mail-in voting to 'playing with fire', warns against voter fraud
The Attorney General also suggested that China poses more of a threat to election security than Russia, even though that was not the conclusion of an official intelligence assessment last month
US faces threats from foreign adversaries ahead of 3 November presidential polls, warn intel officials
Officials have said that Russia and China are actively seeking to weaken the US's global standing to undermine confidence in American democracy.
'I guarantee you I know': Joe Biden warns of Russia and China meddling in November's US presidential election
The White House and National Security Council didn't immediately respond to requests for comment on Biden's statement.
After suing New York Times, Donald Trump re-election campaign files libel case against The Washington Post over two opinion pieces
US President Donald Trump's re-election campaign sued the Washington Post for libel on Tuesday over two opinion pieces that it said suggested improper ties between the campaign and Russia, North Korea or both
Facebook’s policy is to accept paid political ads from candidates without fact-checking them.
Twitter to ban all political advertising starting 22 November ahead of 2020 US election; move piles pressure on Facebook
Twitter, reacting to growing concern about misinformation spread on social media, is banning all political advertising from its service